Post Tagged with: "India"

Neglected Yarns and New Beginnings: A Delhi Diary

Neglected Yarns and New Beginnings: A Delhi Diary

There are two paths in IR and, for all the claims of plurality, IR’s equivalent of the dirty little secret is that the margins and the mainstream seldom converge

India and China in Southeast Asia: An Evolving Theatre of Competition?

India and China in Southeast Asia: An Evolving Theatre of Competition?

The global order has become a matter of debate given the alternatives that are emerging such as the Asian Monetary Fund and the incremental evolution of BRICS.

Pakistan and India: Is Peace Possible?

Pakistan and India: Is Peace Possible?

Pakistan and India have lot to share with and learn from. The present and future international relations are tilting towards inter-state economic cooperation.

Review Article – The BRICs and International Relations

Review Article – The BRICs and International Relations

These two academically rigorous books serve as valuable guides to the relations among BRICs and provide engaging analyses on their impact on international order.

India’s Complex Security Environment & the Need for International Partnerships

India’s Complex Security Environment & the Need for International Partnerships

India needs to develop and implement effective strategies and tactics that address its diverse security environment in a multi-pronged and multi-layered manner.

The Thatcherization of India’s Foreign Policy

The Thatcherization of India’s Foreign Policy

Both Thatcher and Modi value global power projections, a West-wards tilt and regional prominence, while balancing free-market fruits with nationalist roots.

The Iran Opportunity for India

The Iran Opportunity for India

The Iran nuclear deal opens up a world of opportunities of both strategic and commercial nature for India, which has civilisational links with Iran.

String of Pearls: India and the Geopolitics of Chinese Foreign Policy

String of Pearls: India and the Geopolitics of Chinese Foreign Policy

At the cusp of energy security balances the diplomatic battle in the Indian Ocean has generated enough interest for the world to watch the passive stand-offs keenly.

India’s Incremental Balancing in the South China Sea

India’s Incremental Balancing in the South China Sea

India’s strategic-military arrangements are implicitly China-centric, and with increasing significance for the balance of power in the South China Sea.

India’s Daughter and the Limits of Transnational Feminist Solidarity

India’s Daughter and the Limits of Transnational Feminist Solidarity

India’s Daughter matters because it launched intense public dialogues around long-repressed societal problems of sexual violence and misogyny, in India and elsewhere.

Afghanistan in India’s Regional Calculus and Pakistan’s Detrimental Impact

Afghanistan in India’s Regional Calculus and Pakistan’s Detrimental Impact

With China’s presence and the entrenched patterns of enmity between India and Pakistan, it will be interesting to observe how India pursues its stakes in the Hindu Kush.

“Lat Does Not Exist”: The Last Testament of a Dead Village

“Lat Does Not Exist”: The Last Testament of a Dead Village

In India debates rage over how to handle the dilemma of development-induced displacement. Each year 15m people find themselves placed in the way of desired dams or mines.

Indian Prime Minister Modi’s Visit to the US: The Takeaways

Indian Prime Minister Modi’s Visit to the US: The Takeaways

The change of guard in India and its emphasis on economic revitalization has lent new life to a relationship that was criticized for a lack of bold initiatives.

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